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Colorado Gives Day 2020!

December 8, 2020

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies invites Coloradans (and bird lovers everywhere!) to support our efforts to conserve birds and their habitats and help connect people, birds and land by donating on Tuesday, December 8, 2020.
You can help #BRINGBIRDSBACK from years of population declines. Your support helps conserve birds and their habitat through science, education and land stewardship. Together, we can change lives and landscapes, ensure healthy bird populations, and make the world a better place for all.
Support Bird Conservancy by pre-scheduling your gift now through Dec. 7 at birdconservancy.org/cogives or give online Tuesday, Dec. 8! Take advantage of a low 2% credit card fee!
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Every donation made online via Colorado Gives is boosted by a $1M incentive fund. For example, if Bird Conservancy receives 5 percent of the total donations made on Colorado Gives Day, we receive 5 percent of the $1 Million Incentive Fund. Your pre-scheduled Colorado Gives Day gifts also qualify!
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Colorado Gives Day unites all Coloradans—and those who support Colorado nonprofits— in a common goal to strengthen the state’s nonprofits by giving to their favorite charities online.

 

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Date:
December 8, 2020
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Venue

Online/Virtual Program

Organizer

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
Phone:
303-659-4348
Email:
info@birdconservancy.org
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